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Fashion

NYFW: This is what it’s really like to attend Fashion Week

Stylist’s Billie Bhatia gets honest about the tearful meltdowns, preparation, and excessive carb-loading.

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Life

A step-by-step guide to getting your life back on track as holiday season comes to a close

Set some goals, establish some new routines and get ready to take the rest of 2019 by storm.

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Lauren Geall
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Life

Terrible at coping with stress? Your biology could be to blame

It’s all about what’s going on inside your brain.

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Lauren Geall
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Life

Here are 5 easy ways to manage your screen time this September

This #ScrollFreeSeptember, tackle your screen time and feel better for it.

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Susan Devaney
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“Oprah loves Transcendental Meditation, but here’s what happened when I tried it”

Oprah paid for her entire company to take a course in Transcendental Meditation. But is it all it’s cracked up to be?

Life

Work related stress: A doctor’s advice on how to cope with excessive stress and avoid burnout

An expert on what workplace-related stress is, and how you can combat it.

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Stylist Team
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Life

The very millennial problem of errand paralysis

One woman’s journey to getting stuff done.

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Chloe Gray
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Kindfulness

10 techniques to combat stress and anxiety at work

When things get too much in the office, try one of these stress-soothing tips

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Megan Murray
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Life

When should you take time off work for your mental health?

Because it’s okay to take the day off to refresh your brain.

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Stylist Team
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Life

Why dogs should be allowed in every office

Having a dog in your office could unleash a myriad of unexpected benefits.

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Hayley Spencer
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Life

This is the quickest way to destress – and it's free

Take a walk on the wild side

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Anna Brech
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Megan Murray
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Niksen: the Dutch lifestyle trend that celebrates doing absolutely nothing

Now this, we can get behind

Life

Feeling anxious and stressed? Try these therapeutic self-care podcasts

This Mental Heath Awareness Week, take a deep breath and press play.

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Helen Booth
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Travel

The out-of-office checklist: a guide to actually relaxing on holiday

Because switching off is easier said than done

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Meena Alexander
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Life

Boss urges employees not to apologise for having a life, in viral LinkedIn post

Impassioned plea goes viral

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Anna Brech
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Life

Millennials work far fewer hours than our parents – so why are we much more stressed?

A new study has spotlighted a modern-day conundrum

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Anna Brech
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Life

This simple daily ritual can have a positive benefit your mental health

There's more science to it than you might think

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Megan Murray
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Life

15 tiny steps to make you feel 20% less stressed

Reduce your stress levels and feel less anxious in 15 steps

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Kate Faithfull-Williams
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Rachel Kelly
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Feeling stressed and anxious? These yoga poses will help relax your body

Three moves to calm anxious thoughts and beat stress

Careers

Why you shouldn’t push yourself too hard at work

Consistently working overtime or investing huge amounts of effort into your job isn’t good for you – or your career.

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Moya Crockett
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